[GVMJE111NK] Game theory
|Institute:||Vállalkozásmenedzsment Intézet (1084 Budapest, Tavaszmezõ u. 15-17.)||Credit:||2|
|Type of classes:||Nappali||Language:||angol||Semester:||2007/08/1|
|Level:||Mûszaki menedzser szak;|
|Responsible Teacher:||Dr. Kóczy Á. László||Teacher(s):||Dr. Kóczy Á. László;|
|Consultations (total/week):||Heti||Lectures:||2||Practice lectures:||0||Labs:||0||Consultations:||0|
|Type of Exam:||vizsga|
|Aim of the subject:||Introduction to the theory of strategic decision making. Familiarising with the foundations and applications of game theory.|
|Requirements during the semester
part and final
oral/written exam etc.):
|Resits: In line with faculty regulations, after due fees paid, resit at the time organised by the course coordinator. The form of the exam depends on the number of students taking it: normally oral, for a large number of students, possibly written.|
|Topics of lectures/practices|
|1.||Introduction. A bit of history. Noncooperative games|
|2.||The Nash equilibrium and its applications|
|3.||Dynamic games with perfect information|
|5.||Games of imperfect information|
|7.||Perfect Bayesean Equilibrium; Signaling games|
|8.||Further applications of the Perfect Bayesean Equilibrium|
|11.||Bargaining set and stable sets|
|12.||The Shapley-value and the indices of power|
|13.||Further cooperative models and solutions|
|14.||Two-person cooperative games|
|Type of evaluation,
of grade, etc.
Open book, written exam.
The exam contains 3 exercises of equal weight where the student is expected to demonstrate the understanding of the concepts of the course as well as to apply this understanding to analytical problems similar to those in the textbook. The exam is in English, but the quality of English in the solutions has little influence on the grades.
The written exam is evaluated as follows:
0-54%: fail (1)
55%-64%: pass (2)
65%-74%: good (3)
75%-84%: very good (4)
85%-100%: excellent (5)
Once the grades are available an inspection hour will be organised.
Gibbons: Game theory – A primer. Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 1992
Owen: Game theory. 3rd edition. Academic Press, San Diego, 1995. (Chapters IX-XIII).
|Suggested literature:||Myerson: Game theory. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts|